BABYANIMALZ COMMUNITY IS BACK AFTER 4 YEARS>>>

Hi Everyone, I'm pleased to report that the Baby Animals Community is reopening. New photos will be posted here soon. Take a look around, and don't forget about our blog. http://www.babyanimalz.com

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79 Hot Chicks in a Cramped Room

The power of Baby Animals in undeniable. But when they get together in large numbers, entire planes of existence are shattered. If you're familiar with the late 90's TV sensation "Power Rangers" or Voltron you'll have a vague idea of what baby animals do when they group up. These hot chicks tricked their human "masters" into putting them all into this unreasonably small box.

"There Can Be Only One"


Few know that the "Highlander" movies were actually written, directed and acted by Baby Animals. Apart from being better than any human made movie; the series accurately depicts the everlasting struggle for immortality Baby Animals are in every day. This lion cub has just lost a duel to the death to a puppy with superior fighting skills. Fighting/Dueling skills are honed throughout the life of a Baby Animal for these moments of destiny.

Baby Animals Working Together


While most of us would look at this picture and see two different types of baby animals, in reality all Baby Animals share the same spirit. Whether you're snorkeling with baby dolphins or running away from baby gorillas, each and every baby animal is part of the same "baby animal Gia" if you will. Babyanimaltologists have attempted to explain "the great mystery" for thousands of years but, unfortunately for them, it is only understandable by Baby Animals.

Baby Seal about to Attack

Baby Animals are never startled. They know that you're coming before you even know you're coming. But once in a while they like to let you think that you snuck up on them only to turn around and blast you with a barrage of lightning, ice, or other various arcana. In this picture the Baby Seal on the right is just moments away from burying the photographer in an endless wave of destruction. His cohort has a look of "dang man, you'd better start running" on his face.

Baby Animals in Disguise


Often times Baby Animals will dress like common humans to gather vital information about our species. As you can see in the picture above it is impossible to tell whether this is a small kitten in a ridiculous pink hat or your great Aunt Martha. Chances are one of your close friends is a Baby Animal in disguise and you just don't know it. Acquaintances, that Subway Sandwich girl you're always flirting with and even your own mother are (statistically speaking) undercover Baby Animals.

Spies Among Us

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